LINE Camera – One of the better photo editing apps for Android

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  • 02 Jul 2012
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  • Some of the free photo editing tools out there are really lacking in some areas. Even the paid apps miss basic functions one would definitely need for a complete experience. I’ve tested the free solution I am about to show you and I must say I’m pretty impressed.

    LINE Camera Android

    LINE Camera is a three step photo tool : Capture, Edit and Save/Share. Let’s talk about each mode. The capture mode gives you all the options you need to snap a photo. To take a picture you press the dedicated soft button or you can focus before by touching the screen. Unfortunately it does not allow you to focus a specific area while it does it only on the center. Yo can select the view finder size, choose whether flash should be used or just leave it on auto and set a timer. You can also switch to the front facing camera or browse the photo gallery. Editing the picture after you’ve taken it is a breeze thanks to the great, simple UI. You are offered lots of photo effects that you can swipe between to see what it looks like, Instagram style. There is a dedicated button that once pressed gives you the basic image settings, like brightness, contrast and saturation. Next you can select all kinds of frames, draw and add text to the image.  Sharing  is also very easy. Once you hit the save button you are taken to a dedicated screen where you can either connect to popular services like Facebook and Twitter or send to one of your installed apps.

    LINE Camera

    As I’ve said in the beginning, LINE Camera is a great tool and best of all it’s offered for Free on the Play Store.

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